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.Y NOVEMBER 25, 1,934

THE MICHIGA N D AILY

Indiana Spills Boilermakers To Give Gophers Undispute

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Hoosiers Keep
Lead To Crush
Purdue, 17 To 6
Minnesota Is Untroubled
In Downing Wisconsin,
34-0, Before-38,000
Illinois Wins, 6 to 0I
Ohio State Romps Over
Iowa To Win, 40 To 7;
Holds Second Place
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 24 --P)-
An Indiana University football team
that struck with bewildering swift-
ness in the second period buried Pur-
due's Western Conference title hopes
deep in the Old Oaken Bucket today
under a 17 to 6 upset victory in the
annual Hoosier classic.
The crimson eleven, held without
a score in four previous Big Ten en-
counters, opened up suddenly with
two perfect plays to produce two
touchdowns.
Wendell Walker, pile driving 188
pound back, completely befuddled the
'urdue secondary by starting to skirt
his left end, only to turn and heave
4 25-yard toss to Ettore Antonini,
who ran 20 yards to score unmolested.
Veller then ran 82 yards for another.
JOY IN MINNESOTA
MADISON, 'Wis., Nov. 24-Min-
nesota won -undisputed possession of
the Big Ten football championship;
Tor the 'first 'tine in 23 years today
and also bolstered its claim for na-
tional honors by crushing Wisconsin,1
34-0 before 38,000 fans. ,
Indiaria's surprising ullset over
Purdue gave Minnesota its clear cut
claim to the , Big Ten Title. The
Gophers won their final game in a
romp, scoring two touchdowns in the
first period and three more in the
-final as they intercepted one desper-
ate Badger, pass after another and
converted them into scores.
ILLINOIS 6, CHICAGO 0,
CH"ICAGO, III., Nov. 24 - (P) -
$ecoringa touchdown in the first per-
iod and protecting its slim lead the
rest of the way, Illinois defeated Chi--
cago ;6,to 0, today in their final of
the Western Conference football sea-
son. Chuck Galbreath, Illinois tackle,
scored the only touchdown. The vic-,
jory was the Illini's fourth in. fiye
Big Tengames.
BUKEYES SWAMP IOWA
COLUMBUS, Nov. 24 .-(R)- The
big Buckeye horseshoe, reverberated
today to the shouts of 27,414 fans as
the Ohio State football horde closed
its seasoiWvith a 40 to 7 .victory over
the Hawkeyes of Iowa.

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His Play stands Out In Wolverines' Defeat

State Victorious-
As Notre Dame
Defeats Army,
Irish Crush Cadets, 12-6;
Harvard Bows To Yale
And U.of D. Wins
YANKEE STADIUM, NEW YORK,
Nov. 24 - Scoring both her touch-
downs2on passes, Notre Dame's Ramb-
lers whipped Army today before
81,000, the largest crowd in the East
this year.
Bill Shakespeare threw a 42-yard
pass to Capt. Vairo who took the ball
on the Army 15 and ran for the first
touchdown. Army evened the score
in the second quarter on Stancook's
pass to Shuler, who made a marvelous
catch and squirmed over the Notre
Dame goal.
After a stubborn defensive battle
in the second half, Andy Pilney threw
the game-winning pass to Dan Han-
ley.
SPARTANS DOWN KANSAS I
MEMORIAL STADIUM, L A W-
RENCE, Kan., Nov. 24 - Ed. Klewicki
took Kurt Warmbein's 41-yard for-
ward pass on Kansas' 20-yard line and
with a clear field ahead of him, raced
to a touchdown to give Michigan
State a 6 to 0 victory over the Jay-
hawkers here today.
The touchdown was scored in the
first period.
YALE WHIPS HARVARD, 14-0
YALE BOWL, NEW HAVEN, Conn.,
Nov. 24 - Yale ruled the Big Three
tonight as two of Jerry Roscoe's pass-
es were good for touchdowns and a
victory over harvard, 14-0.
The game, the 53rd between Yale
and Harvard, was seen by a throng
of 50,000.
TITANS HUMBLE MARQUETTE
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 24 - (W) - A
66-yard march for a touchdown early
in the third quarter provided the
margin of victory for the Detroit
Titans here today over their tradi-
tional rivals, Marquette. A Dad's
IDay crowd of 9,000 saw the Titans
turn back desperate Hilltop rallies
to emerged victors, 13 to 6.
The teams fought to a touchdown
apiece in the first half.
B3 T fl StadiiigHs

MICHIGAN NORTHWESTERN
Patanelli .......LE..... HendersonI Select I-M Pool For State M eet
Viergever ......LT........Wray
Hildebrand .... LG .....,. Kawal
Ford ..........C ... . . A. Lind Forty-five school swimming coach- Mann, the Varsity swimmers gave a
Borgmann .....RG ........ Whalen es from every part of the state gath- demonstration of proper technique
Austin .........R T.. ....... Gibson ered here for their annual rules meet- in the various strokes and dives, and
Ward.. .................Leeper ing, voted to hold the State Inter- Coach MacCaffery of Battle Creek
Jennings ......Q3.........Toth scholastic championship meet on high, former Varsity star, had sev-
Ag. -.. .ier March 9, 1935, in the Intramural eral members of his Five-A League
EllisF....I......R{..... Cruice pool. and State Interscholastic champion-
Regeczi ...... .F3........D.Duvall Under the direction of Coach Matt ship squad present for an exhibition:
Score By Quarters

Michigan........... 0-3-3-0 - 6
Northwestern .........0-0-6-7 - 13
Touchdowns: Swisher, Duvall.
Points after touchdowns, Duvall.
Field goals. Ward 2.
Substitutions: Michigan: Bolas for
Jennings, Everhardus for Ellis, Han-
shue for Viergever, Oliver for Regec-
zi, Ellis for Remias, Beard for Borg-
mann, Jennings for Bolas, Pillinger
for Everhardus, Bolas for Jennings,
Fuog for Ford, Remias for Pillinger,
Beard for Hanshue, Viergever for
Borgmann, Jennings for Bolas, Am-
rine for Fuog, Triplehorn for Ellis,
Jacobson for Viergever.
Northwestern: Riley for Whalen,
Papick for Wray, Zitke for Hender-
scn, Chamber for Kawal, Reid for
Whalen, Potter for Toth, Wray for
Papich, Whalen for Riley, Henderson
for Zitko, Kawal for Chambers.

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Matt Patanelli, Wolverine left end, ended his first year of Varsity
competition by starring as his team went down to defeat against
Northwestern, 13-6. Both defensively and offensively his play was out-
standing. He stopped Northwestern backs often as they drove against
the Michigan tackles, he followed the ball closely, and blocked with more
sureness and accuracy than most Michigan blockers have shown this
year. One of the two successful Michigan passes had Patanelli on the
receiving end.-
PLAY-BY-P"LAY

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BA G AINSS

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Gloves Champ To Fight
At Armory Tomorrow
A five-round go between George
Burnett, middleweight G o 1 d e n
Gloves champion of last year, and
Billy Larkin tops the boxing card
to be presented at the Armory to-
morrow night. Four University
boxers, Joe Oakley, Elmer Cous-
ineau, Lee Shaw and Walter Biet-
illa, are also scheduled to compete
in the ten-bout-show.

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FIRST QUARTER
Capt. Kawal won the ioss and chose
to defend the north goal. Ward kicked
off to Swisher who was downed by
Borgmann on the 2-yard line. North-
western took time out. Duvall made1
four yards through the line. Duvall
was stopped by Borgmann for - no
gain. Toth kicked to Jennings on the
36-yard line, who' returned it to the
45. Ellis lost a yard. Remias gained
back the yard. Regeczi kicked to
Swisher on the 8-yard line who was
downed by Ward on the 13.
Toth kicked out of ;ounds on
Northwestern's 44-yard line. Ellis was
spilled by Kawal for a yard loss. R.e-
geczi's short pass to Patanelli was'
good for, five yards. His long pass to
Ward was incomplete. Regeczi's kick
was downed by Borgmann on the 5-
yard line. Toth's bounding kick was
taken by Jennings on his own 40-yard
line and he brought it to the 43. Mich-
igan was offside on the next play.
Ellis went off left tackle for three
yards. Ellis got five through left
guard. Regeczi kicked out of bounds
on Northwestern's 22-yard line. Time
out for Michigan. Riley went in for
Whalen at right guard for North-
western.
Duvall got five through center. Pat-
anelli spilled Swisher for no gain.
Toth's quick kick was taken by Jen-
nings on the 24 and he was smeared
by Henderson and Leeper. Regeczi
gained a yard off tackle. Regeczi's
punt was taken by Swisher on the,
32-yard-line and Hildebrand spilled,
him on the 35. Swisher gained twof

yards through right tackle on a re-
verse. Borgmann stopped Duvall for
,no gain. Toth kicked from his own
29 to Jennings on the Michigan's 20
who returned it to the 25.
Ellis got two through left guard.
Remias plunged through left guard
for a'yard. Regeczi kicked from his,
own 16 to Swisher on the 34 who
was tackled by Borgmann and Hilde-
brand on his own 40. Cruice, on a
fake pass, made two yards through
left guard. Duvall plunged for two
more through right guard. Regeczi
intercepted Cruice's pass from a re-
verse play and brought it back to
Northwestern's 24-yard . line. Bolas
replaced Jennings at quarterback for
Michigan. Time out for Northwestern.
Everhardus replaced Ellis at left half
for Michigan.
Everhardus was tackled by Hender-
son after gaining two through left
tackle as the quarter ended. Score:
Michigan 0, Northwestern 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Regeczi's pass was fumbled by Pat-
anelli on the 10-yard line. Regeczi's
pass was intercepted by Cruice on the
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Minnesota ......5
Ohio State ......5
Illinois .........4
Purdue........3
Wisconsin .......2
Northwestern .. .2
Chicago ........2
Indiana........1
Iowa ...........1
Michigan .......0

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